Teaching Listening and Speaking

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Listening and speaking don’t require the learner to master a code (arranged letters), so they are easier to teach. This unit covers the types of classroom activities you can use, practice exercises for verbal fluency, the functions of topic and task, roleplay and related techniques, what speaking activities look like, speaking activities, what is involved in real-life listening, real-Life listening in the classroom, what listening sequences look like, listening activities, phonology and pronunciation, examples of games and exercises for pronunciation, and how to use written and spoken material in class.


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